FAQ’s – Learn more about volunteering for medical trials and medical research
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This is when potential new medication, or health products, is tested on healthy volunteers. Investigators look at the best way to administer new treatment to..
This is when medications are considered safe for testing on patients, and that its clinical activity may be beneficial against a particular disease, or condition...
This is an important turning point for drug manufacturers. The medication has already passed the rigorous testing and review process required by the authorities, and..
This is when medications have been approved by the authorities, and have been released on to the market, but are testing the medication for new..
This is when the potential new medication is not absorbed into the bodies system, and therefore represents little, if no internal side effects. These treatments..
Definately not! Volunteers and panellists are in great demand and where BioTrax recruits for clinics you will be given first priority!
There are many reasons why people take part in research studies. Often it gives you a chance to access a medicine that is not available..
There is often the opportunity to mix with nurses, and/ or trained clinical research associates. There is also the opportunity to interact with other volunteers
This varies depending on the particular clinical trial. This can be anything from 1 day to 5 months or more. There are many trials that..
Our paramount concern is the safety and the rights of our volunteers. All trials attended by volunteers through BioTrax are approved and reviewed by independent..